Our Client are one of Europe’s fastest growing Credit Management Firms and Ireland’s leading manager of consumer debt. Based in Tallaght they are looking for an applicant to join their Arrears Support Unit as an Administrator.
This role is dedicated to effectively managing the administrative aspect of the department’s activities. Reporting directly to the ASU Team Lead, the candidate will work to support the wider ASU teams within the department. The ability to build good working relationships is essential, but more importantly, is the ability to recognize and prioritise key tasks, and the necessity to be highly detail orientated
- Manage and action accounts on our tailored mortgage system, which is in the collections process.
- Organise court packs, letter packs for review and signing before being issued from the office.
- Action incoming post and e-mails, highlighting mail to be actioned at a more senior level.
- Sending and responding to client queries and ensuring all are up-to-date.
- Provide administration support to the Team Leaders and Case Managers
- Processing of incoming 3rd party invoices
- Reviewing the borrower history and providing this information to management
- Action Title deeds requests on behalf of the team
- Updating MI from panel firms to our mortgage system
- Liaising with the Panel firms and receivers & other external parties as required
- Reconciliation monthly MI from panel firms
- Assist in the preparation of any formal and ad-hoc reports on adherence to KPI’s and Company objectives for presentation to the management team.
- Provide administrative support for other areas of the business as need arises.
- Previous experience in a fast pace office environment.
- Experience in a banking / financial services or related sector.
- Knowledge of CPC, CCMA, MARP, Receiverships and Litigation process advantageous
- Banking/Finance or related sector: 1 year (Preferred)
- CPC, CCMA, MARP: 1 year (Preferred)
A very attractive benefits package and salary is available to the right applicant. If you feel you have the above skills and experience and are looking for your next exciting career move, please apply.
Please note: If you are an EU/EEA national, you will be asked to show proof of right to work in Ireland e.g. showing your employer a copy of your passport.
If you are a non-EU/EEA national, you will require current and valid permission to work and reside in the Republic of Ireland. Information on legislation and guides to the procedures in relation to obtaining Green Card Permits, Work Permits, Spousal/Dependent Permits is available on the Department of Jobs, Enterprise, and Innovation website.